Tag Archive for Divorce Attorneys

Alimony and Spousal Support in Maryland

Considerations in Spousal Support Spousal support may go on even after the marriage has been terminated. However, there are certain requirements and time frame before you can collect alimony depending on conditions surrounding the marriage as well as reasons for the divorce. Do not confuse this matter with division of property or child support. If…

How to Handle a Divorce Logically

It is certainly never trouble-free when a marriage or meaningful relationship turns sour and ends. Whatever the reason for the breakup, the lives of both spouses become topsy-turvy and set off all types of agonizing and disturbing feelings. Nonetheless, there are many things you can do to move on and start with a new life.…

Common Mistakes of Divorcing Parents

Parenting is rough on its own. At times it can feel like a test of trial and error. But during a divorce, being a parent gets that much more challenging. You’re bound to make a few mistakes along the way, but with our tips about common parenting blunders below, you’ll have an idea of a…

Separation

Separation and Divorce Atrtorney in Rockville MD

Your marriage might be ending after a brief period or maybe it has taken years to evolve into an irreconcilable situation. No matter how long it has taken to get to this undesirable point, if your marriage is failing, you are likely to be experiencing a range of emotions including anger, fear, sadness and uncertainty…

Child Custody

Resolving custody and visitation is the single most important issue by a judge after trial. The overriding concern of the parents must be, and by a judge will be, what is in the child(ren)’s best interests. A parent must never evaluate their case by what is in their own best interests. Any attempt to do…

Division of Marital Property

Division of Property

The process to determine how to divide marital assets between parties can be, and often is, quite complex. It is not possible in this article to describe with particularity how various assets may be divided between parties in a divorce. However, there are some key points to bear in mind. It is common during settlement,…

Tips For A Stress-Free Visitation Exchange

After a recent divorce, it can be hard to adjust to having to coordinate child visitation with an ex-spouse. While some divorced couples remain amicable and friendly, others want to have as little as possible to do with one another. However, with our tips below, you can know exactly how to breeze through your visitation…

What is a “Separation Agreement”?

Separation Agreement

We are often contacted by people who initially want to know how to separate from their spouse or have already separated and want to know what the next step is. Two important issues must be evaluated in either situation. Quite frequently parties sign a document known as a “separation agreement” which documents the actual date…

Are You and Your Spouse Good Candidates for Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative Divorce Attorney

“Bitter adversaries” is the presumed default setting for American divorce, yet many couples harbor no particular resentment toward each other when their marriage ends and would prefer to dissolve their union without rancor. Collaborative divorce offers couples the opportunity to end their marriage on their own terms and in their own way without adversarial litigation.…

Things You Can Do to Prepare Your Case

Divorce Papers

Before Separation or Confrontation You must review a variety of documents with your attorney in order to evaluate your case, prepare yourself in advance of separation, prepare yourself to work toward a settlement, or prepare a suit for divorce. As a result, you must, at a minimum, obtain and retain the following documents in your…